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NFL divisional round averages record 38.2 million viewers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 12 hrs ago

NFL divisional round averages record 38.2 million viewers

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New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 16 hrs ago

New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

"Schools told to keep masks after judge overturns mandate. Yeah, they just do whatever they want. They don't care what judges have to say. They don't care if presidents have to say, we're the ones that follow their stupid rules. They don't even follow the correct rules. New York State education officials told school administrators to continue enforcing the state's mask mandate for students and teachers Tuesday, despite a judge ruling overturning it, causing confusion is some districts rushed to make masks optional. The education department said the state has filed notice that it would appeal Monday's ruling by a judge. Quote, while these legal steps occur, it is the New York State's educational department's position that schools should continue to follow the mass rule, even though the judge has said it's unconstitutional it can't be enforced. They're still going to have mask mandates in schools. We've been experiencing this for quite some time, Republicans are so slow to the game and quite honestly behind the ball. They have not cared what judges say for a long time. They built sanctuary cities in New York and Boston in Portland and San Francisco and Chicago. In open defiance to federal immigration law, despite what judges were saying, they have always looked at the courts as a means to the end, but never, as an interruption to their actual aims or ambitions. Now the story is this is that a New York judge has officially struck down the mask mandate and the appeal hearing is possibly this afternoon. Now, in New York, they have this is NBC New York dot com. They say there's a massive COVID surge and it's too bad for the people of New York. My heart goes out for you. You just have a leadership class that doesn't believe in treatments. So just kind of leaving you out to die. I wish that wasn't the case. New York judge ruled Monday that the state mask mandate can not be enforced after it was reinstituted reinstituted by governor Kathy hochul over concerns about a winter surge of coronavirus cases. The attorney general's office immediately filed an intent to appeal, but acknowledged Tuesday morning that the mandate was for now not in place until a hearing could be held.

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The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 18 hrs ago

The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

"If race is now the sole immutable barometer of who is a victim who was a victimizer, then LeBron James Jay-Z Kane west Chris Rock Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey are always to be among the eternally oppressed. Well, what did the LeBron James say? He scared to walk out of his house? Out of his mansion, yeah. That's exactly right. They're the eternal oppressed. The enormous influence power status and wealthy wield never negates their victimhood. Despite a nation three generations into affirmative action. In the immoral calculus of WOAK the poor white or Southeast Asian offspring of poorly paid high school dropouts constitute the privileged. And a multi millionaire racist like the TV anchorwoman joy read. Claims to be the perpetual victim. Not the inner city African American retiree

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Is Joe Biden a Worse President Than Jimmy Carter?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 22 hrs ago

Is Joe Biden a Worse President Than Jimmy Carter?

"Off Biden calling Fox News channels Peter doocy a stupid SOB because that isn't what's important at all, in fact, it's hard for Trump supporters like me to get all bent out of shape over Biden cursing him out. Although Biden was supposed to be different from Trump, I guess he's not, we know what's happening. It's all coming apart for the Biden administration. Poll numbers show him so unpopular right now, I'm not sure Jimmy Carter had these kind of negative poll numbers. That might be something worth checking out, Derek. I'd like to compare Biden's numbers to what a guy who's considered probably the worst president of our lifetime Jimmy Carter. Let's compare those numbers. Trump never had these numbers this low. And look around. Look at, look at what's happening in our cities. Shortage of cars, shortage of groceries. Gas $4 a gallon. Crime in the streets, and you know in New York City where there was a shocking assassination of a young 22 year old police officer. The Democrat mayor there. Gives New Yorkers a glimmer of hope because Eric Adams is a former cop. And yet his focus is on the firearms.

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Agbaji helps No. 5 Kansas beat Texas Tech 94-91 in 2OT

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Agbaji helps No. 5 Kansas beat Texas Tech 94-91 in 2OT

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Anti-Vaccine Protesters March in DC

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Anti-Vaccine Protesters March in DC

"Rally? I did, yeah, I was one of the speakers at this rally. It was a fantastic event. So who put it on? Who organized this? You know, it was really a grassroots type of deal with a lot of different organizations and other children's health defense. There was a unity project, lots of different organizations coming together to make this happen. But it was really just a lot of just normal people coming together to be their best to put it on. And what was the message? Well, the message was against these mandates that you have draconian measures that we're seeing all across the country, specifically in many of the leftist cities these cities, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York San Francisco, these type of measures that aren't backed up by science and even when you look at what many doctors are saying isn't backed up by them either. So it's all about power and control. So we were there marching against those types of mandates. Who was the keynote speaker,

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Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings

"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them.

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The Two Schools of Thought When It Comes to Ukraine

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:20 min | 1 d ago

The Two Schools of Thought When It Comes to Ukraine

"There are two schools of thought in thinking about the Ukraine and neither of them seems to me to be satisfactory. The first one is, well, let's call it the warmongering approach. Here's Michael mcfaul of former U.S. ambassador to Russia. He says in the global struggle between democracy and dictatorship and the fight for a peaceful Europe, Ukraine is on the front line, not unlike West Germany during the Cold War. Well, number one, this is a facile transplantation from one crisis to another a second is a huge difference between Ukraine and West Germany to take a single example. Ukraine used to be part of Russia. In fact, in my series talking about Russian literature, a number of the Russian writers, and I'll talk later today about Google. Google was born in the Ukraine in the Ukraine was then part of the tsarist, empires, so part of what makes this a little tricky is that in the case of Ukraine, Russia is saying not that we are invading a bordering or neighboring country, but rather we are exercising influence and seeking to sort of absorb a country that was always, or at least that was historically part of Russia. By the way, China makes exactly the same claim about Taiwan. It's what China is saying is we're not, we're not invading India, we're not invading Europe or essentially absorbing a country, Taiwan that was part of China, look at the people over there they are Chinese. So we have to understand the point of view of the people that were up against. Now, on the other side, as the warmongering side that I mentioned, on the other side, you've got the I would call it quasi isolation aside. It's not our fight. We have nothing to do with this. Here's Matt Walsh, kind of a typical expression of this view. Ukraine is not our country and not our problem. Anyone who would risk a war with Russia for the sake of some random country 6000 miles away is a fool or a psychopath or both. Now, strictly speaking this is true. I don't see it's difficult to think of the United States going to war over the Ukraine, but it's also difficult to consider the United States going to war over Taiwan. And then when the United States go to war, if China took over South Korea, how about if China then took over Japan with the United States go to war over that? So when you apply this kind of America first principle, at an extreme, it would seem to suggest that the United States should basically mind its own business, let all the bullies of the world satisfy their appetite for aggression, we are hands off, what's this got to do with us until you show up basically you know what New York City or in California, this is not our problem. I really can not agree with this. I think it actually reflects a naive and perhaps even foolish view of power politics. Why? Because the simple truth is that there are innumerable options in between doing nothing and going

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UAE says it intercepted 2 ballistic missiles over Abu Dhabi

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

UAE says it intercepted 2 ballistic missiles over Abu Dhabi

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What Is the Petition of the Candlemakers?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 d ago

What Is the Petition of the Candlemakers?

"Frederick bastia, who wrote, I think his bookie wrote, he wrote the law, he also wrote a book called on liberty. But the petition to candlestick makers, I think he wrote it or he co published it or he publicized it is a really amazing. Piece of satire. One of the most effective ever written. So the petition to candlestick makers is a argument. That Windows, destroy jobs. It's an argument that the fact that we allow all this natural sunlight to come in, there might be so much damage to society that we have to do something about it. And so to the petition of the candlestick makers, if you allow all this sunlight to come into homes, you're going to destroy the candlestick making industry. Effectively. That the jobs, the design, the distribution of making candles is going to be disenfranchised by sunlight. So you hear that it's obviously insane. And you're like, okay, well, how about this? The petition of parents to outlaw driving. Safety is the most important value. We must keep our children safe. It's a dangerous world. Do you know over 50,000 people die on the road every single year? And we're going to trust the science, we're going to trust the science that fast cars that are heavy could potentially kill somebody. We are going to trust the science that keeping our children in one place is actually a safer way for them to live. Now you might be saying, I'll try that's a ridiculous argument. That's exactly what we're tolerating right now in our country. It's insane. It's evil. It's immoral. Meanwhile, United Kingdom and Ireland they're completely opening up everything and we're keeping girls detained outside of schools. And then we have 9 year olds being escorted by police officers in New York City because they don't have their vaccine

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The Toleration of Homelessness Is an Indicator of Societal Decay

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

The Toleration of Homelessness Is an Indicator of Societal Decay

"Question here. Hey Charlie, I live in Scottsdale, and I'm starting to see a serious increase in homelessness. And no one wants to talk about it, and our leaders don't seem keen to do anything about it. It's nowhere near as bad as it is in New York City or Los Angeles, but what should the conservative response be to homelessness so we can keep our state from turning into one big homeless camp? She not from Arizona. Look, I totally agree. I think the toleration of homelessness is an indicator of societal decay. I think a society that puts up with and tolerates. Open air vagrancy, which by the way is not good for the vagrant. It's not good for society. It's not good for communicable diseases. It's not good for anyone. It's also brings down the morale. It brings down the spirit of a nation. Two. Have to pass by individuals that are obviously dealing with problems, and we should have compassion for them. We should help them, but the world is not their home. It is a symbol of public apathy. That I don't care and I guess it doesn't impact me. It actually does. Either you live in a society or you live in a colony. You either live in a country or you live in like a massive open air market. You're like, yeah, it's just about making money. As long as I have my chauffeured cars, I don't care how many people I drive by. Actually, I care. I think it sends a signal especially to young people. That your society is unraveling. The least compassionate thing we could do for these people is to leave them to sleep on the street. Many of these people are dealing with alcohol and drug issues, and the whole fight around homelessness and the people that are kind of they call themselves homeless advocates. They have done nothing but created more homelessness, lower living conditions for these people and never do they actually acknowledge that we should try and offer therapy, counseling or guidance to get these people out of the condition of living on the side of

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Chiefs rally past Buffalo 42-36 in OT in wild playoff game

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Chiefs rally past Buffalo 42-36 in OT in wild playoff game

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Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers 113-107

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers 113-107

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In mourning yet again, NYC prepares to honor fallen officer

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 d ago

In mourning yet again, NYC prepares to honor fallen officer

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Garland, Mobley have big nights, Cavs beat Thunder 94-87

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Garland, Mobley have big nights, Cavs beat Thunder 94-87

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US-backed fighters chase IS gunmen near prison in Syria

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

US-backed fighters chase IS gunmen near prison in Syria

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1 NYPD officer killed, 1 severely injured in Harlem shooting

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 3 d ago

1 NYPD officer killed, 1 severely injured in Harlem shooting

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The Soros Dozen: Big City Prosecutors Backed by George Soros

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

The Soros Dozen: Big City Prosecutors Backed by George Soros

"There's a great piece in breitbart the other day The Soros dozen Big city prosecutors backed by George Soros This has so be this bastards never yanked before any committee to testify about anything He's never investigated about anything As far as I'm concerned he's blood on his hands He uses his billions to destroy Unbelievable Left wing billionaire and Democrat donor writes our buddy Joel Pollock George Soros has turned his attention in recent years to local races for prosecutors Using his money to elect so called progressives who pushed so called criminal justice reform and support the Black Lives Matter movement

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"new city" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"new city" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"But we haven't great huge backyard for the kids. Run around kids would come over and they'll be playing football in the backyard out about you. Know they have at the end of the call us back to which is great And so the kids can run around the late enviro. Yeah what's your biggest. I guess kind of jumping in a beady a company in new city. What's been come. Some of your. I guess one of the biggest Unknowns or that are shocks or something like that that got hit with when i guess trying to savage relationships or do pretty much do sales in houston The amount of time it takes to get places in just planning my day appropriately Because there are still some people. Don't wanna meet I mean and so Just being able to get that time with people and it's not just that because a covert or anything but just wanna yeah. Yeah and that's that's been the hard part and families have lives too and The hardest part is like i'm gonna waste half my day going over here for one meeting that crazy so much more efficient. But it's a good media. It's important because i mean someone that my bill to help. Connect you with someone someday or this for a minute. A new role someday may be the person to give it to me. I mean while my be able to get them. Unroll you know. Maybe it'll help somebody out. That's day man. I completely agree with that. There's far too many times people established relations with people. Because they can help them. You know what i mean like. Oh i'm gonna. I'm gonna get with an Talk to kevin because he can help me with this awesome ignore everyone else in the circle. Yep i would host dinners. I invite all these people that didn't have work. They lost their jobs sup. But it's like man. You never know your meat here. That could help you live. You just never know so. It's always one of those things. I'm just one of the things awesome. You know showing my daughter's always just be kind of people talked to people and be be nice like you need to do that Because it's important. You know one of the things we talked about always being opened to. What's going around you Just being prepared because yes. It's great if you get help and same.

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"new city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:16 min | 7 months ago

"new city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Mhm. And Mom Marine. Excuse me. Mhm go ahead. You add the summer would be about 45 months total on the University of Oregon's campus. Okay? And they sought you out. Did you see? Okay, let me ask you. How did you make that that you meet them the girls or did they meet you? Did they? Um, It was a mixture of both me and the girl, you know, Like I said earlier. We both Freshman at the term new and rode on a new campus. And when you're a freshman at a big time university you go through a lot of protocol and you go through a lot of things. Regarding how to move on campus. Campus situation, etcetera and this thing that you need to know coming into college of first year So you meet a lot of people. You resource you make friends. And that's how I met. This young lady. Is resourcing. And us both being freshman in the same class, exciting universities. Right? Well, um That you have, uh That you have to go to meetings. Where you would hear the instructor. Talk about There are several Busson It was required flawed. They're classing if you see them in any of this type thing. Did you all meet up pendant? Student union or I've forgotten in college now what we call maybe the break room or something, but Maybe in the auditorium and maybe in the lobby. Of the college. Where, when the hangout areas, you know, Yes, I've saw this young lady frequently. We've met up study. Review material, so it's not like we were for on foreign to each other before we had consensual relationship. She was very familiar with me knew I was Talk to me multiple more than multiple times at a good Idea of what I was about. So You didn't just meet up and and And shack up or flop up or whatever. I don't even know what people call it now. You know, being being in my seventies? I think I've forgotten all of that. That that You weren't strangers to each other now. Now we're talking about you also met another young lady. Will be friended you And so you actually made two new friends. Among others. You know that you just chit chat with and everything. So things were starting to look up on meeting friends and having someone to talk to Since you were in a totally new city. In school..

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"new city" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"new city" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is a case about his refusal to sell a product to someone because of their sexual identity or orientation, and that's a violation of Colorado law. And this judge is well aware of the Supreme Court ruling. If not, he shouldn't be a judge. Right? Right. Uh, so this one probably will go back again to the United States Supreme Court. And they'll take another crack at this. And in the meantime, the Baker says this This is not the only challenge I have. You heard him in the sound bite, he said. My wedding cake business has been destroyed. Uh, and the the challenges keep coming in the accusations, the death threats, which is a cost to him every single time that he's got to stand up and continue to challenge this. Here are the numbers 51283605 90. You'll want to comment on this story as well. San Jose. Has instituted a number of new city ordinances that they say will drastically cut down on gun violence in San Jose. We talked about some of the ordinances last week on Mark and Melinda, where the City Council voted unanimously to require all gun owners. To carry liability insurance and to pay a fee into a fund that will be used to treat people with gun wounds. The victims of this island Yeah, and and now they've taken another step in San Jose. They've passed a new gun law that requires retailers to They have to both video and audio has to be recorded of every firearm purchase. They say that this is an attempt to cut down on the straw purchases, which is when you go in to purchase a gun for someone who shouldn't have it, whether they're felon or under age or whatever. They They can't go in and purchase that gun for themselves. So you go in and purchase this Um so They want all of the gun stores that sells guns to have The Video recording and audio. They have to include audio now to it has to stay. Um Secured for 30 days in case they come back and want to look at it. I just It's one of those things that you go. Okay, Here we go Get how many of these stores have you all had that We're doing the straw purchases that y'all can. You can figure out that this is what's going on. It's not going to cut down on crime. Um B. I don't have a problem with the video. I'm sure most of these places already have security video. They're probably already taking video of people that are entering and leaving their store. But this goes even a step further because they want the people working at the store to engage in conversation, and I guess they're going to give them some kind of script to ask the right questions. To kind of get that information from them on if they're purchasing for themselves or someone else. It sounds like the city's attempt to create a gun registry or a gun database of gun owners to me. Right. You've got picture. You've got name. You got audio does store that away. We know exactly who you are. Well, yes. San Jose City Attorney Nora Freeman says most retail stores already have a surveillance system. We're merely requiring them to take an extra step. Save the audio and the video of every.

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"new city" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"new city" Discussed on The big d zone

"Gleaning from snowy country yet. That's i said it snowy big d country. Yeah we do not only get just a cold. Oh no we also got one to two inches of lovely new snow. And i have no booth but that's okay cause i'm not going anywhere until sunday. Which is the new members of recognition at a at jubilee church and then or man at is crazy so we warn. We warned that the snow is going to begin the morning. Tho- remember i tell you about the pizza hut and the c o lord muster news onto. What's going to happen. He knew he knew he knew no lie anyway. He knows what's going to happen. But i was going to be home anyway. Why am i saying home. I'm not home plate online my head home of the him almond on a cruise ship. Mainly anyhow any any anyhow. That's around the country. And there's no around st louis and there's places salsa saint louis dad Clobbered really glop like raw raw. Like the usual place that i go onto At the bus. Stop on greyhound before come in to When i used to to lampard from saint springfield. Oh my god that plays club but probably got three to five inches. Why amazing but there's no by the time we could come in. And i'm pretty sure hopefully be safe by the time sunday comes in and i'm gonna go ahead and make my reservations for sunday to go to a deeply turgeon everything like that and and finally the tears for something happy for age and not something that that you know. Have some funeral to be happy. Really be happy at a funeral. Cry at bir. Yeah really. i can't do that. I'd rather be happy at birth really really anyway anyway. So yeah so. I know for ever ever ever in a brand new city and yes to no matter where i roam no matter where i go to alway snow after christmas. It's always way at the president and the though indeed a january february march sometimes than even april. But it's only way so. Don't ever if i ever go back to play music. Somehow if i find a way to play music on this on this program don't ever asked me to play bing crosby like christmas because i will never do it. I will never do it. You know you might vote chainsaw on demon of after white christmas because it only as a yeah or how the one of the funny part of digits dead that got me always Cracking up laughing. They go now. That i got out of my system there. I'm so glad to be going to church for a happy vide cooked up the whole month. I have clobbered but depression because of my best friend literally clobbered now i gotta go through it with my best friend after five years going through it with my wife your anyway. I am planning to do my own like i said before. Survivor series predictions. I usually wait until after smack down the home the go home show And it's not until friday though got a long way but i wanted to tell you about We have stored up the moderate damage from the snowstorm but Places like Rallo like dad clobbered dow. but there's no amount Over the weekend. Thank god and hopefully it'll be you know not as bad for when i get ready to go to the New members recognition service though. And i thought the a lot of new members are joining between eight thirty and ten thirty now they. I usually go to levin thirty. But they want me to go ten o'clock because there's more people and day Want to pray over us and the chant. The theater rest of the church family though different churches to so anyway any any any any any any hill. Glad to be going to charge for the right reasons and for happier times happy at times. Dj and i.

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"new city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"new city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You know, he wasn't making a lot of money taking pictures. And so this was to make some extra money from his point of view, And you know the thing That's also you should be aware of it. And the young and Dr King. They do that. Whether it was was on the payroll of the FBI. Obviously, they'd feel it was so dangerous so And he was giving them information. But You know, he did it, You know, he did it. I mean, the thing that people should be with that there's a documentary that's almost complete. Being directed by The African American filmmaker filmmaker. They feel Bertelsen who's Who's going to do a full feature like Doc going on there this way, so I'll probably dig into this story even more than we did in our film. One of the interesting points that you make in the film about the assassination is that You know? You have the FBI constantly around King. They're listening to him in most hotels, like other next to him, or near down the hall on day never warned him of threats to his life or even attempted to protect him for those threats. And it's one point I think you ask, you know, with all the surveillance around King, why weren't they able to prevent this assassination? That's exactly right. What's your answer to that? That's exactly what I mean. How is it possible as Chuck Knox was saying in the film that with any time King and his associates went to a new city? The FBI was manned up to go and follow him and surveillance. So how is it possible was what you were just saying Agents constantly surveilling king in nearby hotel rooms. Not to be aware of someone like James Away with a rifle. Who's gonna shoot Dr King. It just doesn't make any sense. And then the Youngs. Re answer to me was that he doesn't believe was James James away at all? You know, obviously, you know, somewhere in there, there was some conspiracy. You know where I personally think the FBI was involved in two Take King out. I mean, It just doesn't make sense. It just doesn't make sense. And there's gotta be someplace in some archive in some files. Some tape When we have learned the actual truth, we're listening to the interview our producer Sam Birger, recorded with Sam Pollard, director of the new documentary MLK, FBI..

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"new city" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"new city" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Scott Simon. Washington D C is the federal district provided in the Constitution is a home for the U. S government. It was a new city created his sight deliberately not north or south. But on the border of a new country. That was even then. Divided Course It's become a real city, too. That's home to 700,000 people. Nobody knows that city better and cojones Nom de, he's hosted the cojones nom de Show on W A. M you for more than two decades. And he joins us now from his home in Washington, D C coaches. Thanks so much for being with us. You're welcome, Scott and thank you for inviting me. A sad and anxious time, but of people, you know as you able to get around the city, saying people feel Why? What happened at the Capitol on January 6th? Because even though We understand that this is federal property. It is also in our town, and we are frankly determined additional never be. Similar occurrence again. And that's what I've been hearing from people who I have been talking to, of course. A lot of the people who have been talking to could not help noticing that the insurrections if you will were predominantly white, and that they were treated significantly differently. How protesters who had come here to protest with the Black lives matter movement. When those protestors came here, all kinds of federal forces were called out on them. They were pepper sprayed. And in some cases, didn Yeah. There. Of course. Your investigation's ongoing about what about what failed. On the law enforcement side. But does this bring back the argument that many people in the district Columbia feel that they ought to be able to run, run their own city and not have to not have to rely on the federal government? Were the district of Columbia, a state and our current mirror knew about that. The governor of that state She would have been able to call out the National Guard in the district of Columbia's current situation. She cannot do that, and all of the security were left up to the Completely unprepared Capitol police. The Capitol police called on the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia for Assistance that was who first provided assistance. It was quite some time before they got around to bring out the National Guard. If the District of Columbia were not the current legal and political entity that it is This. Much of it could have been avoided. It's one of the arguments that's being made for stated for the District of Columbia. It's a historically black city. And I wonder this is something so deeply personal to see Confederate flags to see this affront. It's a historically black city. It used to be. A majority Black city and Many of the newcomers who have come here. Have adapted to life in the District of Columbia have found that the like life in the District of Columbia have found that they love the diversity of the district of Columbia. And they too, I think I joined with the historically black District of Columbia in objecting to what are seen as outsiders invading our territory, so to speak. You've even announced you're stepping down from your daily show in April. I think you're still going to do Friday, right? Still gonna do Fridays? You know how much I admired then? Sure. Yeah. And I always felt that I think I'd like to stick around as long as Dad shored it. But then I realized that that's a tough test. I'm very glad your voice will be here over the next few months. In particular. Thank you very much, Scott. Just make sure your voice stays with us for a much longer time, Coach. Your nom de host of W am Use cojones nom de show. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Stop. Thank you. Katherine Seligmann's new novel makes alive and visible the lives of people, we often walked past. Sometimes as quickly as we can. Married and all that was 20 years old and sleeps in hidden spots inside San Francisco's Golden Gate Park with her small dog route. Sometimes eating and showering in a shelter before returning to forage for food and loose change on the street. One morning route finds the body of a young boy bloody and taking his last breath and a man standing over him. Who growls it, Matty. I know where to find your ass. The story of Maddie and her circle of friends and the identity of the slain young boy she discovers is at the heart. Catherine said, like Ben's first novel at the edge of the hate Katherine Seligmann has been a writer. San Francisco Chronicle magazine joins us from that city. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me it was. You're reporting that put this idea in these characters in your mind and heart? Well, I had lived in San Francisco in Haight Ashbury in particular for more than 25 years, and I had Written about issues related homelessness. And it was actually something I saw one night driving through Golden Gate Park That was the seed for this novel. What did you see? We were driving home. It was dark. And a man threw himself in front of our car and pleaded with us to stop and he said someone was trying to kill him. We did stop and call the police, and by the time they came and shone a light into the nearby grass We could see the body of a young man lying there..

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"new city" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"new city" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We have 69 degrees. Partly cloudy skies at two o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Green Field On the first night of the Democratic National Convention. There was support for Biden from across the aisle. Here's ABC is Alex Stone on a night that was all about Democrats. A handful of Republicans took to the Mike to say they support Joe Biden, former Ohio governor John Kasich among them. I'm a lifelong Republican, but that attachment hold second place to my responsibility to my country. That's why I've chosen to appear in this convention, he said. In normal times, Republican I would not be at a Democratic convention, but these are not normal times President Trump calling Kasich a loser as a Republican Alex Stone, ABC NEWS, Wilmington, Delaware. Former first lady Michelle Obama also spoke. But I am here tonight because I love this country with all my heart and it pains me to see so many people hurting. She noted the staggering personal and economic impacts of the ongoing Corona virus outbreak and in her opinion, the president's response to the outbreak has been marked by Chaos division and what she calls a total and utter lack of empathy Gyms in New York and re open next Monday at 33% capacity and Mass must be worn at all times. However, don't expect workouts to resume in the city just yet. James Flipping, explains August 24th. That's the earliest the Jammer Fitness Club can reopen. They're local Health department has to inspect and improve the setup, part of which involves looking at things like air conditioning systems Governor Andrew Cuomo the ventilation specifications how often the equipment has to be cleaned, etcetera. If it's not done right, you can be a problem. Jim's may have to wait until September 2nd depending on how quickly they can be inspected. If the localities get the inspection is done or be ready to inspect. And they can open up August 24th James flipping W. Arning, former Mayor Mike Bloomberg intends to spend $60 million on ads to boost the majority Democrats have in the House. Some of the money will go towards first term Democrats he held back in 2018, while other funds will go towards groups supporting the party. Work has already begun on the new project to bury power lines and storm are average Rockland County. We get the latest from Liz Warner overhead Electric lines along the causeway across Lake to forest between Congress and New City will now be buried as part of Owen. Ours $2.5 million overhaul. The long awaited upgrade is critical in Rockland County, where storms like the 12 weeks ago took down 10 Poles, leaving thousands without power. Councilman Frank Carelli says he's glad the utility is taking action after several years time. Adding that the vital project will improve the Congress New City connection and hopefully reduce outages from storms Moving forward Liz Warner W are new and the news is sponsored by the Carranza Colliders Foundation. The crones.

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"new city" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"new city" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Please try something. New visit. Try ab dot com That's try ab e b b dot com. On this Wednesday. I continue to be astounded by the lunacy on display in America. Now the radical left wants to banish ST Louis. That's correct. The name's ST Louis is apparently triggering negative feelings in some far left kooks. But why? I don't know. Say Lewis was named by French trappers who floated the Mississippi River in the 18th century. They establish an outpost near the river and named it after the famous French king and canonized Saint Louis, the ninth Born in 12 14. Louis, by most accounts was a very good guy. He fed his poor subjects reform the French justice system. Introducing due process and upheld the Christian belief system. Unusual for a king back that Hello, Henry, the eighth Other countries actually use King Louis to arbitrate disputes because of his quote, moral integrity. So what's the beef with ST Louis far left loans. What new City name do you want? Actually, I'm foolish for even asking that question. The radicals could brand the city Fidel Ville or Che Francisco. Wait. San Francisco is also named after a saint. In Los Angeles after Angels Sorry I brought it up. Leave ST Louis alone. Now this If you own a life insurance, a term policy that you no longer need or can't.

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"new city" Discussed on Job Seekers Radio

Job Seekers Radio

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on Job Seekers Radio

"For this this particular color episode Number three is leveraging. Your spouse's relationship sent that would include significant other best friends. Whoever that those people that are closest closest to you whatever brought you to the area or whoever came with you if you know other people in the area have that person your spouse whoever it is introduce you to other people and then allow you to network beyond that one of the things that it's sort of an aside? I think it's really important for everyone to have their own friends. Not that they would share that with their significant other. It's somebody that you can lean on other than your significant other to keep that networking conversation going. I know it takes us out of our comfort zone to do that. I have found that to be very helpful for both parties. Because neither of you feel like there's a burden happening about getting the other person into a job. The experience that I've had with spouses specifically is that they come with the spouse the spouse's working like like all they're working unwanted bother them just getting rancher your on boarding there in kind of you know the ninety day probationary period or whatever you call it. They're trying to get their feet wet at work. It really hesitant to leverage the relationships of their spouse and that's understood and that's totally understandable. That doesn't mean that your spouse doesn't run in circles for example with my Indian clients. I don't know there's probably eighty percent probability. They're playing cricket okay. And the fact that they're in a cricket league means that they have now personal connections or that you can leverage outside the office before we get too far out of the office one of the things that I think it's important to remember. Is that when your spouse for example will just just keep on. Using this scenario your spouse is the one that brought you to the area and has a job and obviously is going to be working with and connecting with people. Well at work those other people want to get to know your spouse and so if your spouse is talking about you and the fact that you came together that you are looking to increase your your network. The chances are pretty good. That more than one person at your spouse says workplace will offer to say hey let me help or would at least be open to the idea of introducing both of you to their significant other and so people have a natural proclivity to help others. It's one of the things that we can count on in human nature. It's not inappropriate to leverage those to a certain degree to say yes. Let's go ahead and make those connections John's in my advice to someone who is new to the area. I'd say encourage your spouse to talk to his or her coworkers about you and about your interests and the things that you are interested in doing because they will be able to help you make those connections. Don't assume that they don't want to. They probably do and they don't. I know how to bring it up. If you're not asking for it just opened the door things will happen is amazing. How how many times you just knock on a door opens and things happen? If you don't knock on the the door and the door doesn't open the nothing will happen so the opposite is true. So the fourth thing to think about if you're in a new town in new city new country is joining things. I think this is probably probably one of the most helpful things that you can do. And of course the gym comes up. I we've talked about it so I won't Belabor it the idea that when they see you day after day after day they begin to trust you not because of anything that you may have said or done with them prior. It's because they trust you to show up that's different from the person that they once. If you walk up somebody you've never seen before they've never seen you and you try to strike up a conversation. I'm not suggesting that's not going to be successful zestful if they've seen you fifteen times before it's probably going to feel much more natural joining things especially like Jim. It can really help. Start the conversation simply because they've seen you especially if you join up for a special class and there's a group and it's Kinda captive setting maybe doing yoga just using that as an example apple. I think that's the case before and after those kind of group classes to say. Hey let's go grab a coffee or hey let's go get some lunch or or extend. We're here can you think of another group classes. Acid I should be taking a expand my my strengthen the corners and start out the conversation. And how long have you been doing this. Have you been going to other places to do this whether it's racket ball or or yoga or good example any of the classes and you can talk about. It seems that you have a great capacity for this. You have quite quite an ability of. How did you get there and striking up? These conversations. Remember that the experience of that class or that activity also also helps to bond and I know spoken about tour groups for example where something big happens and they end up staying friends for life. The same sort of thing happens opens here where you build those relationships because you're doing something together. It's not just that you see each other but you're actually participating together for a similar goal or at least to make it through that class and this is now your fourth class together. We'll speaking of classes. You can also sign up for a class at the community college or a free session at the library are- or whatever that is join class where you know there's going to be people and maybe it's around an area of interest that you have similar to joining an association the local the chapter if you've already been connected with a trade association of some kind of those where you have a seminar and often these these different learning activities whether it's at the library. Whatever they're going to ask you to turn to the person next to you and have this conversation? You now have somebody that you can start the neck. Networking working conversation with is so the other thing is tells masters and I know that Cleon has a spouse this a lot I do too. That toastmasters is a great way to get your feet wet with communication here in the united estates if it's a new country for you there's always people there because you know what it's not toastmasters unless you're speaking right in front of an audience. I've talked to people and I will also admit to actually saying this. That public speaking is something that I'm already doing. And so the question is why would I go toastmasters and I will admit that you still hill can build your skills even if you're an accomplished speaker. The idea isn't so much that it's going to transform you into wonderful public speaker. Although that may be true through this is really about getting together with people who are interested in doing the same things together and in this case it's talking about public speaking. It is any affinity the group where you're working together you're having conversations with people and when you're not talking about the task at hand you're going to be getting to know each other. Here's yet another way you to join something where you're going to build those commonalities therefore building relationships and being able to expand your network and I haven't been to a toastmasters club yet that didn't and have somebody there that was in leadership and willing to help you and they find out that you need a job in. They're willing to help you. Prepare for an interview or inept Dushi to some folks. I'm hook you up with the local resources that are available or job seekers. That's just normal in a certainly we recognize that the traditional job search is probably something something you're gonna be doing. You're likely to be looking for jobs online and making applications going through interviews So don't ignore that side of it right there. Those are the natural troll things that people do all the time and when we say the top four things you can do. We're not talking about the only four things you can do to your point. We expect you're GonNa be going through this anyway but these are the top four things that we find are most helpful that are beyond just getting the applications out there. It's things that you have control over it's Ways for you to build a network. I mean there's so many things that you can do when you come to a new place. We're trying to narrow it down to those things that we think have multiple values right and the most potential. The job search here in the United States might be a little bit different than what you're used to and that's going to be true from one side of this country to the other one in different brain from one company regents absolutely from one recruiter to another from one. Data doesn't change that much. Yeah these are going to be different. Aren't and exploring. The differences actually can help you in multiple ways. Don't be afraid of those differences. Lean into it. You're mentioning Yoga at the beginning of the concepts that I came away with early in my yoga practice is leaning into the challenge and how that simple concept granted definitely applies to your Yoga no-go class. It also applies to every other challenge. You have in life if it's dealing with traffic if it's finding the work whatever it is lean into it really stay grounded go out of your comfort zone do new things but don't be afraid to try something new while you're working within your realm whether that's is your affinity group or whatever just a reminder we still have for you a free resource. It's called the anatomy of a network in conversation. And let me tell you what this is. This is actually in e-book it's free to you only have to do is go to the website jobseeker's radio DOT com. It's right on the homepage. You can also get the show notes in resources at job. Seekers radio DOT COM forward slash zero seven five. We mentioned that earlier and this book is not only in the book. It's an opportunity for you to have the companion audio episodes from the podcast that are associated with that same series. Exactly we want to thank everybody for listening to this episode of Job Seekers Radio Your investment of time and attention and is really appreciated head over to itunes that link also is in the show notes on your mobile device. They're the IPHONE. I guess it could be an iphone because that's where I would. I everyday expects but if you hit the link there on your iphone in whatever podcast APP you're using it'll take you right over to itunes and you can leave a rate which is one step in the second step. The is a review in each time. You do one of those things. It really helps. Spread the message of what we're trying to accomplish here on job seekers radio and that is to make this the single best resource source for job seekers on the interwebs. 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"new city" Discussed on Job Seekers Radio

Job Seekers Radio

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on Job Seekers Radio

"Today's episode is the top four things you can do to find meaningful work in a new city. This is a really common circumstance that people find themselves all the time. It could be that you've relocated to a new city because your spouse or significant other has. You're you're going along with them. It could be that you had an opportunity to try something different because you were out of work and you wanted to move moved to a city that you really wanted to try out. There are so many reasons but it is. None of them are uncommon. The one I run into most often Scott is. I'll have somebody come. I'm here on maybe an H. One B. Visa. And they bring a spouse along and the spouses some of them I've seen are like MD's PhD's I mean they're highly educated. They have decades of experience. And they're in a new country and they don't know what to do and it's a new environment and new experience and really we want to give those people an opportunity entity to really know that there's four things that you can do today to change that circumstance or that situation. One person that I've been talking to recently has has come to the Portland area from New York City actually I've spoken to a couple of people from upstate New York and they want to be here. They both came here with great expectations. One because he wanted he and his family wanted to try out Portland though. They weren't familiar with it. They'd heard a lot about the other. One actually got a job out here. In both cases they weren't familiar with the people here they didn't have a lot of friends. They had some acquaintances but thought they didn't really know where to start and they're probably in some shock. Yeah new surroundings getting used to new culinary norms shore. That idea of shock I I think is something that people are expecting when they go to a city especially when they th- chosen this city. Oh they heard so many good things about it it and how welcoming the city may be and how newcomers are really treated very well and they get there and they still find themselves sort of isolated. They don't the people they don't know how to take the next step or even what the next step out look like and so that shock is probably what everybody has in common. What most of the folks that I know are there in this situation? They do have financial capacity. They have a runway Brian on the they're not really being stretched a capacity but they really really want to get back to work sure because they were highly valued in the country or the place they came from and now they're in a place. Where wow this is the first? This is weird. I'm in a new country new city. I don't really know anybody. I have all these skills and I just don't know where to take him so the other thing is yes. They have financial resources but also they have a visa or What would you call it? A the the spouse might be hurting H. One B. But there's a separate permit to work. They have to obtain Brian. So we're not gonNA talk about the permits legalities right. It's constantly changing or certainly not subject matter experts. But it's important if you're coming to a new country that you figure all that stuff out I will mention there are. We're going to be some people who do come to a new city and we'll put you in quotes in that scenario. It could be that they're coming to this place either they haven't been there for for many years and this is sort of coming back home. Maybe they're moving in with a A relative for a temporary situation because because they can't afford to stay where they were given the fact that they are no longer working and so they're now say they're moving in with her sibling and they're going to land a job before before they get out on their own. That's another scenario where they're in a new place without having the network already established so all of these are possibilities las abilities how we we can't take a lot of time to talk about the specifics on each one. But all of these do have some commonalities. There are things said all of us can do when we're in that new environment. The number one thing to remember is that this is a perfect excuse so this is number one of the four. This is a perfect right excuse to do networking and when you reach out to people. Hey just give them your situation new country new city don't know anybody. Would you have time for me. I don't know anybody that would say no to that kind of approach in its very low stakes. It's not hey find me a job and say I'm in a vulnerable place here and normally people will lay out a red carpet especially help you out. If you can tap into any individual who has really happy to be in their location you can find those goes on social media really you know. Hey isn't it great here in any kind of question ask those the people that you can contact through social media to say. Hey I'm new in town and I'm trying to meet people who can show me around who not necessarily in the sense of take me to these different tourist sites show me around in in the sense of where our are people like me. Where do I kind of affinity? Yeah the idea that I want to network just to get to know people to your point the stakes are really low there and if we approach this with the idea that everybody likes to give information advice. They'd like to be helpful when all you're asking for us to meet people that is a low enough bar that anyone can feel comfortable reaching out and saying let me help you especially when you go to those areas where they pride themselves on helping in people Portland happens to be one of them now whether or not they follow up. Well that's a different topic one that we've actually already talked about in a prior podcast. Portland has a reputation of being being very welcoming to people and offering help. Here's the opportunity and if the bar is low they will help. The biggest thing is just to have enough courage to get out of the the house Into a situation that might not be comfortable. especially if there's a cultural barrier there is some cultures. It's like okay. If I'm the spouse coming along young and I happened to be female. I'm to be the the diminutive Stand behind my husband kind of person and it just depends on the patriarchal society versus a matriarchal. Whatever that is no that here in the United States is perfectly acceptable to approach anybody and have a conversation so have some courage get out there eliminate that fear and just go for it? We're not suggesting that you try to be somebody that you're not or that you abandoned any cultural norms that you bring with with you honor those but at the same time that also will help you filter the kinds of affinity groups or opportunities that you avail yourselves because you don't I don't want to deliberately put yourself completely outside your comfort zone unless that's something you normally do and I know people who love to get out of their comfort zone on a regular basis. Yes they do things with a group of people. They've never met or whatever because they get something out of that. They are in the minority. Really most people will be more comfortable with those that they they already know where they have commonalities. As I said we'll get to that in a second. We do need to make a choice to get out of the comfort zone to go ahead and face that fear and it's not that the fear isn't normal or it isn't real real or or even helpful. Actually it can be. We want to practice those skills that help us to reach past that so that we can get to the people that we need to talk to to set up those networks because we know so when you do the thing you fear. The death of fear is certain The number two of the four things is flock together. Often people come to newtown new city city new country. And what I've seen is they don't realize they have this tool called linked in and even if they're from out of the country. I haven't seen anybody that could maybe identify at at least one person that went to the same college or one person that worked at the same company way back when well I have found that at least talking to the people from out out of this area whether that's from a different part of the states or from another country I find it remarkable. How quickly people find someone from their home? I have not not yet met someone who is the only person in town from wherever they're from. Maybe that's just because I don't know enough people seriously I I have yet to meet someone where there there isn't another person from that home wherever that may be somewhere in proximity and so there are ways to find those people we do encourage people to find those as with those natural commonalities to start the conversations. What did you do to get more comfortable in this area? What challenges are you still facing even though Oh you've been here for X. amount of time it's a natural conversation that is actually going to be really instructive on different things that you can do or things that you can avoid doing to get into your local community more effectively and you'll have people who naturally support you in doing so because I've had a lot of interaction both when I sold real estate I helped a lot of folks from India and so my Indian clients selling real estate. And Those I've been coaching as a career coach. What I noticed is hey I know where the Indian grocery is I? I know the the restaurants are least the good ones right and the ones that they tell me to go right and there's places of worship I mean. If that's your thing you would be so surprised if you just took some effort to find a grocery arrest right or a place of worship if that's your thing or not that's up to you. They're still going to be people there. Certainly only in the United States we are absolutely an international country I can think of three halal grocers all within in my local area to Indian. Grocer's I know of three Asian groceries in the greater area all of these and when I go to these different in businesses I am the one. WHO's the odd man out because I'm not free outsider? But I love the food so I by of course I'm also interacting with with all sorts of different people and I'm the type that when I go there they are looking at me. Like why are you here and not that they actually question it. They want to know the depth of my knowledge of what they're selling. Obviously and I actually enjoy being the one to say. I don't know anything about this helped me and they do and we build those has relationships. They're also different places where you can go where you can discover those affinities quite by chance. I think about the liquor store that is closest to my home where we generally go most often and it's a Middle Eastern family that owned said and we're almost like family same thing for a restaurant restaurant in downtown Portland. We are regulars at this restaurant and their Lebanese and they treat us like we're family any of these different places basis that you think of just in terms of Oh well I'm GonNa go enjoy food that from home or I'm going to go do this activity because it reminds me of of whatever group if you're talking to the people who work there or who frequented often that you see these faces coming back that can happen at the gym and we've talked about that before different in places where you have those commonalities you have the same interests or similar goals strike up the conversations and let them know you know. I'm looking to expand expand my network. They will help you. The other thing I would suggest is if you go to to meet up dot com or what is it. Event right is one that we use in often. You can either to create your own or you can find a meet up for people around your area of affinity or interest and so that's something we've always talked about probably have done a podcast or two. Yeah and mentioned some of those resources. So we'd encourage you certainly to download all the past episodes and binge those if you want to or pick and choose the different episodes that might apply to your a situation. I'll also remind our listeners that we do have the book the net with the Anatomy of networking conversation. Once you find these groups then then go through the the book and remind yourselves of the different things you can do during those conversations so you really getting the most out of those conversations to to help you take your next steps. You can find the show notes in the resources at job. Seekers radio DOT COM forward slash zero seven five which will have the show notes.

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"new city" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

"Will yeah. It's Kinda Kinda like know what what look are you going for. Yeah right I mean how. How do you WanNa look what do you? What do you want the field wheel to be right? I know what you're looking for. So I mean Lindsey. How does this apply to your Mu? Yeah I mean well first of all when it comes to buying jeans you want to know exactly again like you said Michelle. What do you want to look like in those jeans and for my move? It means that you know when I did my cross country road trip in two thousand sixteen. Some of you guys know that because you've join the connected communicator course so you join me going across the US by video. I fell in love with Utah Northern California New Mexico just the West right because if you drive in the West it is so open. It's so inspiring and that sunshine. Oh man that is that just that openness yes. I wanted that so that was the look that I wanted for my life in my thirties and forties. You know awesome. Yeah as you had an idea of what you're looking for. You just needed to find the perfect thing exactly exactly. And what would be number three our advice for our listeners when they're looking for a new place and a pair of jeans while you gotTa choose your candidates right like so when you go go to the dressing room right. You don't just take one pair of jeans into the dressing room and cross your fingers and hope for the best. I mean Lindsey. What are you usually do when uh-huh shopping for jeans? I don't know about you Michelle but I usually walk back to the dressing room with like ten pounds worth of GM's on my so that means we try and a bunch of pairs of jeans. And that's exactly what I did. You know we drove across the country which was an epic trip in itself. Right it was a a two and a half week journey. We went to Yosemite. If you guys were an instagram. You saw all of that We tried L. A.. and La is a big no for me. Just it didn't work just didn't work it wasn't sticking Michelle wasn't sticking Yeah you needed a different size or you needed a different gene gene. Exactly I mean we were always getting into the car and that drove me nuts The people were friendly so I've found that same like willingness to smile. Yeah in La Okay and in Denver but it was expensive. It was there was traffic everywhere had just a lot of things about La just didn't fit me personally or silly right. And that's what it's interesting that you say it didn't fit you personally because obviously like one person there. There might be a person who tries on a pair of jeans right after you and they're like this indirectly when I was looking for right guys. Just that Lindsey don't don't be scared of L. A.. And now you know that everybody has their personal reasons for liking. Taking things are not liking things obviously so he was looking for what was right for her for jeans. Exactly so guys we just want you to follow this framework framework when you look for your own city. If you are relocating or choosing anything new in your life ages keep these things in mind. But don't be scared of Boston is per year or some people and now like people are going to be like. I'm not going to Boston in the end. We should all just move to New York because that was my favorite ultimately really. Yeah I mean living in New York. He's like nothing else right. I mean there's no other experience. Yeah I era things too but I do love New York Yeah. It's it's worth it. I think the difference between like Boston. The New York is the weather is worth it. The prices are worth it. And it's just just the harshness of new. It's all worth it in my mind. I don't know but okay no I do love New York. Yeah so what else okay. So there's a fourth thing so here it is guys it's you'll know it when you put them on right. You'll know that that pair of jeans is the right pair when you slip into them. Okay and that's a bonus phrase for today to slip into them. It's a good one or the repairs shoes right. You know that feeling where Michelle. Yes I accept. I hate shopping but yes I I rarely happens for me. So let's go with the jeans for me. Go the gene. That's when they're like ooh good. I got him. Yeah Yeah exactly and so for me. So far I've only been here for a couple of weeks now right but so far. That's how Denver feels for me. I mean honestly. Colorado gets three three hundred days of sunshine a year. Did you know that no I didn't. That's very nice actually. It's raining here today. Yeah Yeah I mean. That's a big part of why we're here here like we wanted to be in a place that was sunny and Colorado has a lot of Sun. It was seventy-seven in sunny on Saturday but then we had a two day snowstorm and it was crazy cold and so oh so there's a lot of swings temperature but the point is a lot of Sun. Yeah Yeah and then people are Nice here like people are kind of down to Earth which is for me. It's a little refreshing after spending so much time living in big east coast cities like New York and Boston. People are a little more will say like relatable. Oh Oh that's good. Yeah Yeah and the mountains are close and I feel like again trying. Something new is always the key so yeah so there you have it guys as those are the four thing. Let's just recap them real quick Michelle. What is number one with the number one thing to keep in mind when we don't set all okay that's good and what's number to you know what you want in the chain you're making? Yes a number three. Choose your candidates. I don't know what I'm talking about. That love that and number four her. You'll know it when you put them on and you're like Oh yeah I look good in these us Let's say good. So that's it guys. I mean that really is my story. That's how I I came to decide on living in Denver and now I'm going to be here for for the foreseeable future right. I mean so what's the takeaway Michelle listeners. Today well I I just love what you did I mean. I think it's so cool that you tried different things. You weren't afraid to try something and say you know. This may not work. But I'm going to give it a try. I'M GONNA give it my best shot so I just loved that you did that and I think it's good that you know you're you're able to try these different things Right Lindsay because you. Oh you do the job that you know you you have gives you that opportunity to try new things right definitely and we realize that not everyone can pick up and just choose a new city. Be Right I mean. I'm very aware that it's a privilege to be able to go and say I just WanNa live in another part of the country. I'm going to do it right on but guys the point is the takeaway for you guys today as you. You can apply these these rules these concepts to any big decision that you're making in your life. I'm sure there's a decision that you're making so we'd like you guys to come back to.

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"new city" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"new city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To enjoy day by day, and it's a collection of compositions, one free day of the year with an accompanying, anecdote or backstory for every piece, high colonie high out of San. So we're gonna start with June tenth. It's Wagner, based on a love, triangle, it. I know take on the Tristan Zola's story, his opera Tristan on his older was premiered on this day in eighteen sixty five and it sometimes described as the ultimate Oprah and it's the sort of thing that, and those in the know we'll talk about things like oh, Tristan and the Tristan code, you know, which is four little notes, apparently, changed the whole of west and home, and I remember the first time I had to go. And see, it secretly dreading it because I was thinking, oh my goodness. It's five hours long how I gonna sit through pro for five hours, you know. And I just really wasn't looking forward to Asheville and I think that Wagner has this kind of, you know, those the sense of near and if you don't know maybe they'll be some big like ladies singing with, like Valkyrie helmet. Said like something will be the will be too much. And actually, I was so unbelievably blown away by the combination of the drama, which was gripping and the music, which was sublime and the story, which of course, is unbelievably captivating. And so I sat on the edge of my seat for almost five isn't it paused very quickly. Indeed. This is a really beautiful moments called is old as leap is towards the love death. And we're gonna hit an instrumental version of it, and it's just a really sublime. Go just for a rainy dreary, Monday and new city. Kinder, gentler, Wagner. This you know. And this is a love affair between a Cornish night in an Irish Princess, but involved handed, the comes kind of metaphysical treatise. He described it as he said life.

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"new city" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on KCRW

"To begin your journey at Santa Monica college now vis from KCRW news there were high fives all around about a month ago when Orange County and Santa Ana city officials told a federal judge that agree to jointly open a news six hundred bed homeless shelter by the foul. But now the deal may be falling apart KCRW ROY has details. The city and the county originally signed the shelter greement last fall. But there was an election in November and not all of Santa Anna's. New city council members want new homeless. Shelter in their city that left just three original supporters on the council so county supervisor Andrew DOE whose district includes Santana stopped planning for the project because of the apparent lack of support. And sent a letter to the city council explaining his concerns new city councilwoman Cecilia. Represent southwestern Santa Ana where the shelter would be built Iglesias tells the Orange County. Register that we've done our share when it comes to homeless shelters and that south OC needs to step up, but mayor Miguel police who supports the project says he doesn't know why dope. Put it on. Hold those as he's ready to move ahead. As soon as he gets the word from the city KCRW, Eric Roy today on press play notorious serial killer, Ted Bundy has been the subject of many documentaries books and movies throughout the years. And now another feature starring Zach Ephron shortage. You got the indictment. That's all you're gonna do are charged with two counts. Murder in the first degree of three counts of attempted. I'll play down healty, right? I'm Madeline brand. The director of extremely.

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"new city" Discussed on i tried it podcast

i tried it podcast

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"new city" Discussed on i tried it podcast

"I just met a new girl at class last week. And she was telling me that she was really inspired after having traveled to Columbia. She just decided like she's the young Japanese American girl, and she doesn't speak Spanish at all, neither does anyone in her family, but she was like. While this is really cool. It'd be useful for me for work useful for me just in life. I'm she decided to take this risk and take this class. And I told her I was like, wow. Yeah. Like I'd love to travel to Colombia like I've been inspired, it just really neat meeting other people. And, you know, for me, I always think about it. I would never in a million years cross paths with this girl or any of the people might class in another setting like New York is a really big place in. I think it's really beautiful that people can kind of come together in some of these hobbies make those connections in Maine, maintain friendships and kind of, you know, practice anew thing together, unlearn together. I think it's been really neat to watch that happen. Yeah. I think that out of all my friends, you have been the one who you know, is really great at reaching out and meeting, new people on besides picking up a class. What are some ways to meet new people if it's you know, not a class water because I know that you, you know, exercise has almost every day, just from the stories, I hear from yo, so I someone who you know, might be a little bit more shy. What how can people go out in a new city and make new friends? Yeah. So this is definitely something that I've, you know, I've struggled with and moving to new police says putting yourself out there. Like, you know, always into myself, Mike, I'm not gonna make friends like staying by ROY. I'm at home. And I think there's definitely a balanced to, you know, staying in caring for yourself. Taking those quiet moments than balancing them with the noise and the chaos and just like the pace of city, I'm all for like, you know, staying in taking care of yourself like going out when you feel ready, but I feel that I've learned a lot from the last year and a half in New York and witnessing. I live with my older brother here in the Lower East Side. He's very social person. He's really creative. He's in kind of art on the publishing world here. So he's constantly meeting. New people. He uses our community almost like as his little like village village block in Kristen can attest to this issues. Come and stay with us. But my brothers kind of a fixture in the neighborhood on his always talking to people on the streets. He's always making connections, asking people how their days are talking to people at the cafes like just like making his presence known, but also really like enquiring being really curious about people's lives. And I think this is something that he's definitely picked up from my over the years. Witnessing as grew up. I think it just really valuable skill because sometimes I, I do get bogged down in this concept of, like, oh, like it's, you know, we're all part of this lake digital generation where we're like we need to shop for clothes online, meet people online date online to everything online, and while I'm such a big proponent of tag, as you know, Kristen like I love my, I'm of my inside. I love my shopping of all these things. But I'm really kind of dancing with this. Like older school idea of, like, yes, we can use technology to enhance our lives and filled make connections where sometimes you might be a little shy, whether that's, like getting set up with a friend from an affidavit, or any of these things, but I'm really finding myself realizing, hey, like first and foremost, like we're people like we are looking for human connections. Like in person. I think that digital part of all of this can definitely be like supplemental avenue, but I'm really finding in a city like New York like talking to people in places where usually I would shy away like. Has just really opened so many doors to new relationships new friendships that I never really even thought of, you know, I went out this weekend with a good friend of mine from zoom, but clause, and we had like the most fun going to hear live salsa and just like hitting up some bars in our neighborhood, and we met like such an interesting custom characters when people asked us how we met we said that we started talking one day after Zimba class and it kind of went from there. And I really realized that this kind of being present in situations and not really viewing people with any expectations of, like, oh, this has to go here or this person has to become this thing in my life. But I just think being opened on treating them kindly 'and being, you know curious. I think people really, you know what I've seen from my brother in his interactions with people really up feel positively when you really ask, like, what's going on in their life or how they're doing you like their outfit. I find sometimes like when you compliment someone new genuinely minute docu and go such a long way, even just like a small. All thing can change someone's day anything like you really don't ever, you don't ever know where it could go. So I've really been trying to be more of a proponent of talking to people, you know, in lines in cafes in bookstores on my block like in the neighborhood. I think it's, it's really cool because when you're open to kind of striking up conversation for the sake of conversation. Not really having any preconceived notions. You bring a lot of people into your life, that you may have passed by, like, if you're in your neighborhood, you know, or at your work, another element as well. I work out of a we work so co working space in my office. And so my company has our own dusk areas in our own, like enclosed office. We have communal spaces that we share with so many different people in, I found it really valuable to just be exposed to so many different walks of life, so many different entrepreneurial companies so many different people that normally wouldn't interact with in. Really been trying to maximize environment because, you know, all of these people are doing so many interesting in creative things I have things to learn from them. So I really have been trying to kind of execute on that more in my life that, you know, sometimes it can feel when you're when you're alone, and you don't know, people can feel really intimidating at least from my experience to, to be like, I'm never gonna meet anyone. I'm not gonna make any friends like I'm all alone. You can really fall into a dangerous. I think like mental place where you feel like I'm never going to be anyone, like you step outside, and you're like look at this, like millions of people around me like these are all offer -tunities for fron jobs connections, relationships. Whatever it may be so become. I think a big proponent of just relate trying to like be present on pay attention to my surroundings of that. My dad has always taught me since I was little anything. The more that I actually do that. The more I'm really realizing that there's so much to gain from that. I just I love all of her, and it's just like I know as I said, I've never moved anywhere. But Alexandra are you notice in my heart of hearts. I know I should move somewhere else. And whenever I talked to about this adjust really makes me want to move. I feel like it's just I've just seen you grow into, you know, I already thought that you are a great person, but I've just seen you grow within each city and just discover new things about yourself. Have you noticed yourself change through each city, or do you kind of maintain the same lice island routine, or do you adapter? Yeah. Nothing. Enter any nothing. Awesome, awesome question. All-star with telling you kind of this little story that, like is a perfect example of what I was just talking about, like meeting people on your environment, and kind of how it led me to, like, frame, my story, because I know you know, as a friend of always said, like, it's all kind of in your narrative, and how you how you frame things in how you learn from place to place in. It's really funny. I went into Dwayne Reed as a pharmacy here in New York. I think it's owned by Walgreens. So like for any of those people listening, don't know what that is. It's literally just your average Joe place where you can go get your makeup. Go get cough drops go get home stuff like that sort of thing. And I become really good friends with this woman who works at the twain region. Soho near my work. So it's kind of a classier pharmacy. It has, like, really cute makeup on perch, FOX than like it's a bit more of like a five star pharmacy, if you will by you know, I, I walk in there, sometimes on my lunch breaks, I got a, whether it's a Kabukicho or a new lipstick or confidence in whatever. It is. I'm pretty much a fixture there. Like, once you know, once every couple of weeks and I befriended, this girl who works Aaron, she's, like a makeup, artist and she'll do, like walk you through different things kind of like a makeup counter. And the other day I went on my lunch and I was having a really bad day. I was going to get Dake library wasn't feeling. Well, I saw her and she started talking Jews do have a few minutes. I am doing this free makeover, say, in love to do your makeup, and I was like, you know what? This is like the universe putting exactly what I needed into my path, like I was having a shit day and hearing on gonna be spruced up like million bucks for free. Why dayquil and it was just so funny because she started talking to me at out my kind of like eclectic blow Hobo like city style. And she said to me, you know, she was like, I really love the way that you draws. I think it's really cool on, it's different fresh. And I kind of told her, this is the first time that I've ever really like worded this to anyone, but told her it was, like I feel like I'm really much like some of the places that. I've been and you know the style a hover right now. And the way that I dress has like a few pieces of L A has a few pieces of one din am making those things now work for New York like where I live, and where I'm constantly, inspired. You have been to reston like, by the awesome street style here on it just really funny, because when I took the moment to tell her these things I was like, wow. I never really like put that into words before of, like, whether that's career wise like as a millennial is being a composite of all of the places that we've worked where we've progressed, like where we've lived where we've, you know, played like all these sorts of things I really think like as opposed to, like, other many other generations, or like people who are older than us. Like, I think we have this ability to kind of look at ourselves, as you know, like we're like late twenty somethings. But we've come a long way from the college days with the way, we can kind of look at ourselves on the way, the ivory looking at myself as like you know, this is like this is a long game in a slow build. I think. Were consistently kind of evolving and becoming better versions of ourselves. And so when I look at myself from who I was, you know, moving to London as a really young really young lake midwestern girl, straight out of undergrad like going to my master's, I had a lot to learn about the world. I think that being there undoing my master's, especially in something so global like international development international relations. I really grew up a lot in London. I think definitely like as a friend, who's, who's visited the all these places entry could say that, like, you know, the girl that left Ohio versus the girl that left London is definitely a different person..

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"new city" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"new city" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Yeah. That is so delicious, and you're just sitting outside and the weather is nice. And you're like, okay. That might have been a rough fly. We might be credibly tired in lag. But here we are sitting in a new city. You know, we made it this is why we're here why we're here. And you know, I was happy. I was happy because I had caffeine. And then it turns out that our Airbnb was literally just in an apartment building across the street. We could look out the window of our -partment and see my little Melvin. So it was. Yes, it was right there. Unfortunately, we had to walk all the way back to the place that we had been standing earlier mile backup to get the key. Because it was. Like trying to keep it to this day. I still don't understand why everyone doesn't have electron keypads on their doors, and then we had to walk right back. It's so we've got to the apartment we're standing there looking at we were here two hours ago, so this coffee shop, but the key my little and was very good coffee. It wasn't my favorite in Budapest. That will come later, but it was very good. And I went quite often because we were in Budapest for ten days, and it was right next to minion. So I definitely had at least three times while we were there. Yeah. That's the sign of a good coffee. My number four is Kremlin in Nashville, which I have had every single time. I've been to Nashville which has been three times, and it never disappoints. It is just that good. We gotta give a shout out to Nate Buchanan twelve CARA and Nate faint now famous travel bloggers. But when we first met them, they just had followed our website and then follow the podcast and wanted to meet up when we were natural and Nate took us to his favorite coffee. Shop in Nashville. The first time we met was Chroma. And that's the first time. I went to Chroma on the first trip. We went to Nashville, and they have changed their interior a little bit since that first time we were there. It's still just as cool in the coffee is still just as good and another really good experience traveling with wit just because a lot of people ask us, you know, like, oh is it so hard to travel with with a with an infant? And you know, and I I did it alone. Actually to Nashville traffic met me there. But he was coming from Denver. I flew with width for the first time alone. Nashville.

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"new city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"new city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"West so not into the city, and I drive so reverse favorite. Yes. Favorite? My least favorite site is I'm taking root eighty in New Jersey, and I have to get onto another major highway two eighty seven and my least favorite site is those back those brake lights from all the traffic that is backed up interchange. It's awful. I hate it. My heart dropped with you just saying it. Yeah. I looked for it every day. And I think oh it's going to be a good commuter a bad commute, depending on how far the lights go. And then my favorite site is once I get off of the big highway got onto a smaller local road route twenty four and as I'm traveling along. I passed this meadow or field, and the grass is in the field are this beautiful tawny color, and it's open, and it's so pretty to see. And it reminds me that there is in fact, still open space left in New Jersey. Oh, I love it. So lovely Maria. Thank you for calling in her. Thank you Bye-bye. We're getting tweets as well. Richard on Twitter says my favorite thing in the subway is the diversity that we see the way that all of these different cultures and races can coexist together peacefully. My least favorite thing is people eating on the subway or listening to music so loudly that I can't do my own thing. Hard relate, Richard. We have one last call. And then I think we we're going to need to move on. So Michael in New York City, you're going to have the last word. Michael, what's your favorite thing about your commute? Hey, this is it's Michael. It's actually new city in Rockland county. Forgive me new city. No, no, no problem. So I drive to work every day reverse commute. And I get to sit in my car and solitude. So I I like that. But my favorite part of that is that I always get NYC in the morning when I commute and in the evening when I go home, and I really do look forward to it. Joe? I'm always hoping that it'll be calls me or anything like that. So I can get my morning and evening fixes. Oh, michael. That's so nice. I wish we can say you win a tote bag just for that. But we can't. Okay. I'm kidding. So tells us your least favorite thing. Oh, my least favorite is the fact that I leave in the dark at least in the winter months. I believe in the dark and come home in the dark, and that's just it's really depressing. Oh, yeah. I know it's the worst thing that happens is it just part of the year that you're stuck in the darker. Is there a time of year where she just part of the air? I'm usually home. I usually run quarter of seven in the morning, and I'm usually home, you know, six thirty seven at night. I mean, it's a long day all but coming home in the summer. My kids are always outside playing. I have you know, a little bit of property little front yard backyard. And I have kids that are always outside playing. So so I really enjoy coming home in the summer. Well, Michael the days are getting longer. Thank you for calling in appreciate it. And thanks to all of our listeners and everyone who's been tweeting. We still have a bunch of calls on the line. But we're going to have to keep moving. Thank you for your anecdotes. Thanks for being game to play. When.

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